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CABLE MATTERS. LONDON, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

CABLE MATTERS. IiOSDOK, March 2. The American House of Representatives has rejected the bill providing for the subsidy for a telegraph cable to Hawaii, and the question has been referred to a conference of the two Houses of Congress. Sir J. A. McDonald and the Hon. C. H. Tupper intend to make the Canadian - Aus tralian mail line a prominent plank in their poli ical programme.

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ANOTHER VIOLINIST. LONDON, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

ANOTHER VIOLOTIST. Loxddk, March 2. Mies Francis Chew, of Auckland, gained a. scholarship for the violin at the Royal College of Music.

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
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GERMANY AND FRANCE. LONDON, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

GHERMAJfY AKD FRANCE. XrfOTDOX, March 2. The Grlobe says that uneasiness exists in Berlin owing to the Emperor's threat to smash all opposition to his policy. Count Caprivi, the Genaaa Chancellor, has signified his intention of resigning in the Autumn. It is said that the Emperor William is incensed at the refusal of» overtures of peace and awaits the opportunity to chastise France. It is understood the recent visit of the Em press Frederick to Paris was undertaken on her own initiative, and not as the precursor d) a visit which it ^as reported the Emperor William intended making to the French capital. In Grermany the incidents arising out of the Empress Frederick's visit to France are generally regarded with uncon cern.

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M[?]IL SUBSIDIES. LONDON, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

M iIL SUBSIDIES. LOKDOK, March 2. A BilL was adopted l»j the United ?\tate» House of Represen tat ires providing for the granting of subsidies to the American mail steamers. It lias been passed by the Senate, Shares in the Pacific Steamship Ojy. Iiaw fluctuated violently during the passage of the Bill. It is estimated that the subsidy to be received by this company will amount to 5,000,000 dollars annually.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

?a CD; MILES.} [J. MILLK'AK. A* CHARTERS ipcb^to mg. « vS ?-y (Xo. 1 Bums, Vkilp.aud Co^Buildings,) K/;ISDEBf.ST8J51«r, T O W N S V I L I Steel, Hardware, and Machinery Mfirehaiite. Sole Manufacturers of %a«ISmir*« £«t«ft»riec»4ittf? 4Hl. Steel Truck Wheete, Steel Stfwper Shoes and Dies. ? Steel . And All Kinds of Steel Castings. A large Stock on handof Engines/«pnprs, A^|piimg Drums, PtuujK, Belting up to 14 inches wide. - Pipes, Brass Fittings and Otjneral Engineers ar Wjf, If. MACBkmh, Sheaf Island Worksj

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Curent Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

_ _ i& tae vpons <k a w tijBlg. Tt is a remarkably good thing for die Times thatit fe being published in Printing House «4«a,Te^i3a the city of xdfcdon, wliene tlifeitiiv-^ iriity that doth hedge iSPja judge ife not such&j potent weapon of oifeajpfeanddefenee as it is in some parte of the world. Let us suppose' Mr. Justice Stephens to be a colonial judge, , aad the Tittup^s, newepaAr published in tfce same coloj^, What a i»ee little forenoon's -fltmufemem; (fir tli^yMge, audience, and everybody exce^^mefjfoor'^ditor man) on -the day VoU^n{| the issue of the above . almost blamlnu0us expression of opinion. The poor cli tor having beenduhserved with -a citationJIiirns up to time, in a beast of a funk. Tjjp learned judge straightens his wig, -coughs, and without wasting any time in asking foolish conundrums brings in a verdict of guilty ©if his own bat, and proceeds to pass sentence. We are not brave enough to en quire as to the maximum stretch a poor man ^ c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

A SPECIALITY. . r THE' KEW THE Kf£W WEEKLY PAPER! WEEKLY PAPER 1 THE TO BE PUBLISHED In connection with the-*1 Northern Muter.* ?£M"A PAGES FOR f*D.! PAGES FOR Ud. ! xobthf.rn uraise begister." The prestige enjoyed for go many years by the Mixer, as a daily, warrants the proprie tary inofferingthe public a TWENTY-FOUR PAGE WEEKLY, which will be full of the Latest Local, Colonial, Intercolonial, and European News. NORTHERN MINING REGISTER." The Latest- Cabled Quotations from Lon don and the other great commercial centres will make the Register a necessity to the .merchant and producer. "NORTHERN MINING REGISTER." Week by week wil! appear ORMrlNAL *'NORTHERN MIXING REGISTER." The Meteorological Notes and Stock Move ments will make it the constant rode mecfiim ?of Pastoralists. . "NORTHERN MINING REGISTER." "The Correspondence from its Agents, in all the great mining centres and outside camps, will keep the miner and prospector in touch with all the latest discoveries. "NORTHERN MINING...

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UNION C.C. v. QUEENTON C.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

UXTOy C.C. v. QUEEXTOK" C.C.. Tk,e return match bet * cen the above clubs was resumed on Kondar «*n the Athletie Eesem, a«d, as prcdicted last week, re sulted in a win for.the Unions. At tin concl jsioii of last Sunday's jjiav the score? sfcood Unions 1st innings 65. Queenton 1st imii|ig.s 3t, andthey had 7 wiet^ts flowii in tlieir 2nd innings for 01- On resuming play ye.Merdav a different aspect was put on flic | gaane ^ bv- the -|;F Ion ed stand iwad® ^.v | Carroll, who plaved a <rood defensive game for 36, the inning* closing for i©9^- and? thus learing tlie Unions 79 wuifi to nin, TJie Unions oniaking the wickets made a bad start, and at lunch lime bad lost S tni&efcs for 3 ram, but upon Luke and Hav lieconi ing associated, tbe scope was taken to ^ fte- ,, fore Hay "Was caught at long on for a nic^ play d 11. Stabler then pariaeced Luke,! and commenced scoring fast, Ills hitting being ' vfs/rf- bard. whilst Luke 1wpts eon tfcntmkeeping up his wicket, theparfcn...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

CRICKET. A VEUY successful meeting of cricketers was lie Id at the Exchange Hotel on Wednesday night, when about 40 playing members of the Tarious clubs put in an appearance to coS%< sider and appoint a selection committee to pick the team to represent Charters Tow ers ? in the forthcoming match witlr^Townsrjlle, and to appoint a secretary and arrange all preliminaries. Mr Ca'rroll occupied the Chair, and Mr. A. J. Welding was appointed Secretary, and after considerable discussion,. Messrs Hall, Hurst and Webb were clioseu a Selection Committee, Mr Hall to act as um pire, and Mr Webb scorer. During the meet ing Mr A. L. Gardner promised to pre a bat to the highest individual scorer. After the usual " shilling ina rote of thanks to' the Chairman brought the meeting to a close. , ? 13 real interest is now being taken in cricketing circles, and many are the sug gestions made regarding the visit of ov r represen'a ires to do battle against .Towns ville at Haster, and I am con...

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V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] FLEMINGTON, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

T.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. (by ELECEBTC TELEGrKArB.) frjaoM otjjB ovrx CORI£E?POX dent.] Flemixgton. March 4. The Autumn Meeting of the Victorian fiacing Cub was continued to da v. The weather was pefeet. It was not too warm, and a pleasant southerly breeze was blowing, while the surroundings were beautiful. j Megaphone had been steadily supported »1 ! - tlie mprniugforthe Gfip, his price on reach ir-g ] to 3. Chintz was mtro- J the market at the club's rooms j 4his mormfig, and had been hacked down to ; to S. Whimbrel was scratched. Tlie J iof log fcereilie rcsu ts t- , . j Stakes.-A sweepstakes of & sort! ; 1: ffe,. with 300 added. Second 5 'to reigsiFe fi J mid the third 30 sors ilfcof the £&&e- For maiden two-year- < d Special weights-2 timnV 81b: 3 yre, Sst; 4 , Sih5 yrs aad-Hpir.-irdF, 8st 71b Maxes allowed Sib, audi geldings 51b' One ihileaad a quarter. s fUlajeif's ch c liioid Jieef (Power) 1 - - (iSiUs) . 2 sihdling (Sainsfpnl) 3 Jftstl #«plpl...

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MORNING GALLOPS. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

MOB INa GALLOPS. 3EOSX>AT. !Notmi> G startling transpired an Monday morning on the racecourse, although ail the equines in training for the forthcoming campaigns, with the exception of Faugli-a JBallagh and Rteliardson, * were' worked.' . Slight Bower, who was the first to put in an appearance, caught the touts napping and. apparently, was sent along at his top. -r"' He had just finished wlien *>itr* scribe reached the scene of action, Bebel and'Meander cantered three times round, outside the hurdles. Donovan, Garrr «wen, Kewbolt, Beudigo, The Broker, Bos worth. Leon, Abundance, Jack, Boma, Vampire. Messenger, > liamrock, and a few others did sldw uninteresting work, while a bay colt, stable companion of Leon's, and Yooina worked with the sweaters on. Gildus had Perseus for a partner, and this pair put on aii occasional spurt. Vigor and Corsican F??? 00 t?ie track together and were exercised iiiore serviceable fhan any of the others. They negotiated three part of which w...

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Sporting Notes. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

r^vV jf IHE JTUBF. (BY BRAVO.) - -I have received from the secretary (Mr. E. Hussell) the programme for the eighteenth annual meeting of the Tow ers Jockey Club, ib be held ok Thursday and Friday. 2nd t»nd 3rd July. The amount of added money is 411,800, dist ributed as follows:-First day Maidm Plate, of IQGsovs.. I£ miles ; Flying JTaidtenp of I30sors., 6 furiougs; Ladies' l»r;teeieL of iOCteovs., 1 mile and a distance; -Ttwer? Joi key -Club Handicap. of 400sovs., 2 jul:c> : (Sailing Stakes of lOOsors., 6 fnr longs; Miner/ Purse of 1 "Kteors., 1 mile. Seeoinl day-District- Plate of WQsors., 6 furlongs : lior!,s Handicap of lOCsovs., 7fur loiigs: Miiii-htster Plate of 270sors., l|r miles: Wdt-LT Handjeap of IGOsovs, 1£ iniie.<; To>vn Plate of 150sors., H miles: Jfarjweli Handicap of lOOsors., 1 mile.

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THE CHINESE OBJECT. LONDON, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

I ' ? THE cfaSsigE " . .. LOXDOS,March2. Hie Chinese txorernment have intimated that, they object to Mr. Clair, who has beea appointed tfie American Mnisfcer, on th<? | grounds that lie actively displaced opposition to Chiuese emigration to tlie Unitm Bfcates.

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NAPOLEON I PROVING. LONDON, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

« ? ;-~ ' ... .. STAPOLEOJST I PROVIXa. v , | Prince A'apoleon, who is smously tllvSS; " I Rome, is'viim to tie -

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PARN[?]LL ON THE STUMP. LONDON, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

PAR3T ELL OIT THE STUMP. LONDON, Sla cli 2. Tlie Opposition are dismayed at tlu> suc cess achieved by Parnell in Ms campaign in i Ireland. It is feared, he will secure a ma- j joritr. j

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BRITISH LABOR TROUBLES. LONDON, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

BRITISH LABOR TROUBLES. Losroox, March 2. The labor unions threaten to organise a strike of 30,000 seamen and firemen if the adoption of the shipping federation ticket is made compulsory.

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FROSTS IN FRANCE. LONDON, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

FRJkXCK. London, Mswli 2. Severe frost® were recently experienced ija France M liave rained 3»,909,030 acres of crops. The lose Is estimated at 1<&,7J(^QGQ francs, or j£A,?O0#000

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USELESS SHIPS. LONDON, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

- i USELESS SHIPS. LOXDOK, HARELI 2. I The Times in an article published this I morning urges that exhaust ive inquiries' should he held as to the capacity of the British navv for sodden mobilisation. The aiticLe declares that the standard efficiency has not been attained by the nav v officials, ! and that many of the ships are perfectly use- j less owing $o iiie lack of gun*. j

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CHILIANS FIRE ON A BRITISH STEAMER. LONDON, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

CHILIANS FIRE OK A BRITISH 13TE AACER. LOSDOX, March 2. J News has been received that; the Chilian rebels fired on a British steamer and at tempted to seize her cargo The captain however, maintained a defiant attitude, and was eventua'ly a'lowed to proceed on his voyage without farther molestation.

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